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Hi Guys, I'm fully sick as a sound guy, and I mean that in a BAD way. I'm totally useless - never have I had the knack of pulling great sound. I'm a very experienced live gig muso, but I really can't pull live sound to save myself. As much as I have tried, I can't seem to make our 3-piece band sound clean/good quality at our live pub gigs with my beloved M20D - maybe because I'm busy playing? Might any kind souls out there be interested in getting my trio band's M20D soundcheck file emailed to them, and having a crack at engineering it properly for me on their M20D, then email it back to me so I can upload the settings etc back into my M20D for a presumably WAY more pro-quality sound? Is this possible with the M20D? I'd be happy to pay for your effort, particularly if you're a professional live engineer, or just a monster with the M20D? Hoping someone might get in touch to help out. I love this thing, but I'm sinking rather than swimming, and the pub bosses aren't happy..! Cheers, Stu.
Due to the subjective nature of the audio recording, we really cannot delve into the specifics of how to properly mix and master your Line 6 recordings. We can, however, point you in the right direction to some sites that offer great information on how to get your recordings mixed and mastered properly to sound like they were created in a pro studio! Ask Video http://askvideo.com/ Provide great instructional DVD's on a wide variety of recording and music creation programs. Keyfax NewMedia http://www.keyfax.com/ An independent music technology music support company that offers many on-line videos and DVD's. Groove3 http://www.groove3.com/str/ Another great site featuring instructional videos on many music technology products, programs, and techniques.